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Mamba vs naga epic

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by mling001, May 20, 2016.

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  1. mling001

    mling001 Active Member

    Anybody have any experience with both and can give a good review of pros and cons? I have a naga epic chroma and am thinig of switching to mamba as I don't play mmo anymore and don't really use the buttons that much.
  2. Blockmonster57

    Blockmonster57 Active Member

    Naga all the way! The buttons are #Goals but the Mamba is prettier, has adjustable click sensibility and ergonomics.
  3. mling001

    mling001 Active Member

    What do yo u mean by 'the buttons are #goals"?
  4. plumpbuddha

    plumpbuddha New Member

    What type of games do you play? I like the Naga but that is because my left hand doesn' like me and wont move fast enough to play using a keyboard. Most of my spells and attacks are on my mouse now. The mamba will have a higher sensitivity, and be slightly mor precise. If you do not game competitively and you dont need the increased precision or sensitivity i would not spend the money on the new mouse.
  5. rayc123

    rayc123 New Member

    It mostly comes down to the utility of the naga vs the precision of the mamba. I prefer the naga not only because of the type of games i play, but also because it helps me with the everyday things i do in the pc and i dont really play all that competitively.
  6. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    You guys know that the new Naga Chroma (wired version) has the exact same sensor as the Mamba does, right? So now the precision and stuff isn't really something to set it apart. It's basically just the keys.

    However, I'll also toss out another vote for the Naga. I hesitated to get it and originally bought the Razer Imperator for my first mouse and my husband got the Naga Hex. Well, he *LOVED* his side buttons and I always felt like I wish I had a few more. So, we tried the Naga 2014 when we rebuilt our PC's a while back. Now, I'm hooked!! I traded up for the Naga Chroma last fall when it first came out, and I'm in love. I don't think I'd want to change to anything else at this point, I use those side keys for everything in pretty much every game I play. hehehe :)
  7. Fre4ked

    Fre4ked Member

    The naga buttons have a very steep learning curve. It'll be a while untill you can accurately use them in game, especially if you're already playing the game for a while. In the end it's really worth it though, reduces strain on your left (keyboard) hand. There's no way the mamba makes up for this advantage when playing RPG's or MOBA's. If you're not playing games that can use the extra buttons (mostly FPS and such) then the mamba is the better option.
  8. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    I'd say the Mamba fits my hand better than the naga, of course not as good as the deathadder but still better.
    If you don't need the extra buttons and want a fps mouse I'd suggest the deathadder, than the Mamba TE . If you really want a wireless mouse I think in this high performance category the only options you have are the Mamba or the G900, although I'd say Mamba>g900
  9. JustSaiyanX

    JustSaiyanX Member

    mamba all the way
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